Feeling overwhelmed by stress and uncertainty?

You are not alone.

In these difficult times, anxiety and depression can interfere with your ability to work, sleep, study, eat and enjoy life.* The good news is these conditions are treatable and help is available.

There is hope for those who are struggling with severe depression and other debilitating behavioral health issues. You owe it to yourself and your family to get your life back on track. With medication, psychotherapy or a combination of the two, you can get back to living your best life. There is absolutely no shame in seeking help.

We are in this together

Lakeside Behavioral Health System has been treating patients since 1969, providing specialized behavioral health care and addiction treatment. The multidisciplinary staff —psychiatrists, professional nurses, community counselors, social workers and therapists—work as a team to help ensure successful recoveries. The clinical professionals are passionate about helping patients and their families resolve issues so that a brighter future is possible for everyone.

Facing addiction? Know the facts

Substance use in women tends to develop into addiction more quickly than in men.* This may be because women face different issues when it comes to substance use, based on biology and culturally defined roles.

Additionally, women can have issues related to hormones, fertility, pregnancy, breastfeeding and menopause. They may also have their own reasons for using drugs, including controlling weight, fighting exhaustion, coping with pain and attempts to self-treat mental health problems.

Lakeside offers weekly, on-site support groups for depression or bipolar disorder and Alcoholics Anonymous® and Narcotics Anonymous® meetings. Our evidence-based treatment programs are designed to allow each person to learn through a journey of self-discovery as well as feedback from their peers. Evidence shows that the support of a small circle of friends can make all the difference when it comes to recovery.

Take Care of Your Mental Health

Lakeside provides inpatient and outpatient treatment programs for adolescents, adults and seniors struggling with:

  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Bipolar disorder
  • Schizophrenia
  • Early- to late-stage dementia
  • Co-occurring psychiatric issues

Other specialized programs

If you are a working professional who needs to stay connected to family and career demands, the Landing Program is here for you. Professionals can be treated for substance use, mental health issues or both, and can access the amenities and specialty treatment options tailored to their needs.

A range of weekly on-site support groups include Alcoholics Anonymous® and Narcotics Anonymous® meetings. Lakeside is also a clinical affiliate with the National Action Alliance for Suicide Prevention, offering a variety of training classes and suicide prevention workshops to empower our community to fight this silent epidemic.

You can succeed. Lakeside can help you get there. For more information today on any of the programs, call 901-500-8517. Medicare and other insurances are accepted.

*Source: National Institutes of Health

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